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Special Report: New Hampshire Primary 2020
Democratic Primary Boosts Business for Manchester and Nashua Establishments
Every four years, when the primary campaigns come to New Hampshire, that economic activity spikes even more.
NYC paid vacation bill could be a big burden on small businesses
Mayor Bill de Blasio at a campaign event. Photo courtesy of Creative Commons. Getting paid to go on vacation might […]
Brick and Mortar stores fight to survive
Artist rendering of American Dream Mall. courtesy of americandream.com The days of big department stores with glittering windows and endless racks […]
Recession rumors swirl as stock market plunges
Photo by Nick Youngson http://www.nyphotographic.com/ Heightened economic uncertainty and expert predictions of another recession evoke images of bankers and stockbrokers […]
Snapchat is a major news source for teens
According to a study done by the Pew Research Center, the percentage of Snapchat users who get their news from the app increased from 17% to 27% between 2016 and 2017.
Chinatown rebuilds after 9/11
Following the 9/11 attacks, Chinatown suffered an economic depression.
Pop Up Shops invade New York City
A unique marketing tool and a way to get up close with customers.
NYU students protest sale of sweatshop apparel at NYU bookstore
The students staged the “die in” to highlight the many workers killed and injured in garment factory accidents.
Sales of fro-yo dip as city settles into deep freeze
The wait for a customer can sometimes be long.
Cold weather hurts food vendors
Extremely cold weather has taken a toll on outdoor food vendors.